Storm Reports: Warehouse collapse, tree falls onto apartment complex as storm travels across the Mid-South
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Today is a First Alert Weather Day and reports of storm damages are coming in throughout the Mid-South.
As of 7 p.m., MLGW is reporting 4,631 customers without power. This number is expected to increase as severe weather continues through the evening.
MLGW says they have crews prepared to respond to outages as they are reported.
If your power does go out, you can call MLGW at 901-544-6500 to report it. You can also call 901-528-4465 to report downed power lines or busted gas mains.
As of 7 p.m., Entergy is reporting 798 customers without power in Crittenden County in Arkansas.
According to the National Weather Service, damage including downed trees and power lines have been reported in the following areas:
- Trees and power lines down in Bartlett near the Singleton Community Center
- Tree and power lines down outside of Ellendale
- Trees down and several car crashes in Lauderdale County
- Tree fell onto Uptown Square Apartments
- Large tree uprooted across old Greensboro Road in Craighead County
- Trees down across residential road in Poinsett County
- Mobile home missing roof in Dyess
- Several vehicles stalled in flooded roads in Blytheville
- Multiple trees and powerlines down, trees uprooted/snapped, houses/vehicles damaged in Coahoma County
- Several trees and powerlines down in Quitman County
- Trees down in Lafayette County
- Tree down on home in Oxford
- A roof has collapsed on a warehouse in Southaven
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